Articles By Ashley Portero
Despite the spike in pregnancy terminations, the state health department continues to stand by its abstinence-only education program.
Whatever Mitt Romney says, most of them are too poor to qualify.
Terry Williams, who killed his sexual abuser, is scheduled to die by lethal injection on Oct. 3.
The U.S. says there is no evidence at this point to indicate the attack on the American consulate was premeditated, but Libya suggests it was plotted by foreign extremists.
Chief Justice John Roberts had a change of heart after reflecting on how rejecting the health care law would impact his legacy on the court, according to a new book by Jeffrey Toobin.
Maybe it's the age difference?
The protests, ignited over a low-budget American-produced video that denigrates the Prophet Muhammad, have spread across the world from France to Indonesia.
The poll, conducted a week before the wave of attacks on U.S. consulates in the Middle East, found voters believe Democrats are just as formidable as Republicans when it comes to protecting the U.S. from terrorism.
If Ron Paul supporters unite behind Johnson, he could potentially siphon votes from Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in more than one swing state.
Almost 50 years after the passage of the 1963 Equal Pay Act, women still take in 77 cents for each dollar earned by a man.